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Local Students Earn University Dean's List Honors

February 9, 2018

CLARK, NJ – Several local college students were named to their school's Dean's List for the Fall 2017 semester.   

Alvernia University – Reading, PA

Katelyn Dougherty

Hofstra University – Hempstead, NY

Nicole Buckley
Joseph Tyrie
 Christopher Wasieczko

Ithaca College – Ithaca, NY

Michelle Venditto

Marist ...

Clark Library Hosts Indoor Mini Golf

CLARK, NJ - Mini golfers of all ages flocked to the Clark Public Library on Saturday for the annual Indoor Mini Golf event.  

Players navigated holes sponsored by local businesses, organizations and students from Arthur L. Johnson High School.   There were holes to challenge the most skilled golfers and others designed to bring a smile to the faces of participants.

Clark Residents Enjoy Annual Family Skate Night

Roselle, NJ - Over 250 Clark residents joined together at the Annual Family Skate Night held at the Warinanco Skate facility on Jan. 27 according to Recreation Director Ralph Bernardo.   This is the first year the event has been back in Roselle since the renovations at Warinanco were completed.

New skaters got an assist from members of the Arthur L. Johnson High ...

TAPinto Clark Named Township's Official Electronic News Source

CLARK, NJ –TAPinto Clark was named the Electronic News Source of Clark in a resolution unanimously passed  at Tuesday's Township reorganization meeting.    TAPinto Clark has become the place to go for original local news and information.  

TAPinto Clark is one in a network of 70 hyperlocal online new sites providing objective ...

2nd Annual Women’s March in Westfield Planned for Jan. 20

WESTFIELD, NJ — The Second Annual Women’s March in Westfield is planned for Jan. 20, organizers have announced.

“Our chief purpose in having the march in town again this year is to inspire and empower our children, to teach them to have a voice and to use it to inspire change,” said Jessica Golden Cortes, who is organizing the event with Lee McDermott Schaefer. Both are ...

Union County Parks Remain Open As Deer Hunt Starts January 8

UNION COUNTY, NJ — The Union County Department of Parks and Recreation has released details of its annual Deer Management Program, which will begin on Monday morning, Jan. 8, in six county parks and one municipal park: Watchung Reservation, the Summit portion of Passaic River Park, Ash Brook Reservation, Lenape Park, Nomahegan Park, Oak Ridge Park and the Hawk Rise ...

New Technology Available to Enhance Visits to NJ State Parks

TRENTON - The New Jersey Division of Parks and Forestry on Thursday, November 16 officially launched a new smart device tool to enhance visits to state parks by helping users plan visits around the state park system's vast network of trails.

The Trail Tracker application, demonstrated by the Park Service during a news conference today at Allaire State Park in Monmouth County, may be ...

VIDEO: Watch Clark Police Deliver Holiday Surprise to Local Boy

CLARK, NJ - When Amy Dietz took her son Logan for lunch at a local deli on Wednesday, she never expected it would result in the Clark Police showing up at her front door shortly after she arrived home.    

According to Dietz the story began when she parked next to a Clark police vehicle on the way to lunch with her two year old son Logan.   He was really thrilled when ...

Clark Senior Citizens Enjoy a Holiday Luncheon

CLARK, NJ - Clark Senior Citizens recently enjoyed their Annual Holiday Luncheon at the Gran Centurions.  Over 250 residents were in attendance at this year's gathering.   

Participants enjoyed lunch and were provided music and entertainment by Melody and Presley.  Santa even made a visit and took photos while giving out candy ...

Kumpf Students Give 'Winter Wishes Care Buckets' to Clark First Responders

CLARK, NJ – Seventh grade students and teachers at Carl H. Kumpf Middle School served up ‘Winter Wishes Care Buckets’ to Clark’s first responders on Thursday.   Winter wishes are short letters, poems and selective thoughts written by students and attached to sweet treats to show appreciation to the police, fire and emergency squads in town.

Students Amaya ...

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